by Tattle Taylor at . Comments

When it comes to Hollywood rumors about celebrity behavior, many of them are just plain lies. But when you start to hear the same rumor over and over and over?

Well, maybe there's actually some truth to it.

So let's tackle the rumors about actors everyone hates to work with. Some of these stories are so bad it's surprising these stars can find work at all.

Katherine Heigl
Katherine Heigl's hard-to-work with waysled to her leaving Grey's Anatomy.

Katherine Heigl's fall from grace was well-documented. In rant after rant, she attacked both her costars and the writers of Grey's Anatomy, making her Public Celebrity #1. 

After disappearing from the limelight, Heigl is returning to television this fall on NBC's State of Affairs. She seems to have matured while spending time with her kids.

Here's hoping she doesn't devolve into her Diva-like ways, but we're not holding our breath. Either way, Katie is far from alone in the diva department ...

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by Hilton Hater at . Comments

Gene Hackman isn't typically one to make celebrity gossip headlines.

But the Oscar winner admitted to Santa Fe police yesterday that he slapped a homeless man across the face after he referred to his wife by a vulgar name on Tuesday afternoon.

Gene Hackman Picture

The incident went down in New Mexico and was phoned in to the authorities by 63-year old Bruce Becker, the victim at the end of Hackman's open palm.

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by Free Britney at . Comments

Oscar winner Gene Hackman airlifted to the hospital Friday afternoon after he was hit by a car while riding his bike in the Florida Keys, his rep said.

Fortunately, the 81-year-old is alright and and on the mend.

"Gene was airlifted (because he is on an island) to the hospital for routine tests," the rep confirmed. "Everything is fine and Gene is on his way home now."

The actor suffered only "a few bumps and bruises."

Gene Hackman Photo

TMZ, which first reported the accident, said that the collision occurred at around 3 p.m. EST Friday, and the Florida Highway Patrol is investigating the incident.

Gene was assigned a special hospital room for high-profile patients where doctors could keep a close eye on the star, who suffered a cut on his forehead.

Hackman won the Academy Award for Best Actor for 1971's The French Connection and another Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in 1992's Unforgiven.


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